Business Support Officer

Published: 01 Mar 2024

Closing date for applications: 18 Mar 2024 19:00

Location: Home working

Salary: Circa £17K

Details: 0.5 FTE / 18.75 hours across 5 working days Monday to Friday

Explore an exciting opportunity to contribute to enhancing patient outcomes and develop your skills in a project-based role by joining us in this rewarding challenge!

Join our dynamic and fast-paced environment as a Business Support Officer, where we invite individuals with prior experience in business support roles or those seeking a new challenge, possessing the relevant skills to contribute to our collaborative team.

CORE Business Support Officer (BSO)

CORE BSO empowers the HQIP CORE Infrastructure Management Team through comprehensive support, optimising their efficiency and effectiveness by handling administrative and support tasks.

Your job

CORE BSO plays a pivotal role in the entire CORE operation, emphasising proficiency in IT, Health and Safety, and Human Resources to guarantee seamless team functionality. Responsibilities span assisting team members in their daily workstreams, overseeing general administration, and upholding efficient organisational systems. Additionally, the role involves engaging with key stakeholders and coordinating tasks across various functional areas to enhance overall operational coherence.

Key requirements of this position are:

  • Comprehensive Administrative Support:

Deliver extensive administrative assistance, encompassing electronic filing, archiving, email management, processing expenses and meeting invoices, supporting diary management, and organising ad hoc meetings and couriers as needed.

  • IT Provision Management:

Manage IT services by fostering effective communication with external IT partners, overseeing the contractual management of IT partnerships, handling the organisation’s physical resources (mobile phones, laptops, and other IT equipment), and providing IT induction for new staff members.

  • Effective Communication and Stakeholder Engagement:

Communicate adeptly with internal and external stakeholders, promptly addressing inquiries through email or telephone and referring matters to the relevant lead when necessary.

  • Meeting and Event Organisation:

Take responsibility for organising meetings and events, including providing administrative support for All Staff Meetings, Masterclasses, internal meetings, and networks, such as the Working Practices Group, ensuring accurate production of reports, papers and meeting notes.

  • Collaborative Administrative Support:

Collaborate with other administrative support roles within HQIP, fostering a reciprocal working relationship and providing cover as directed by the line manager for team members’ absence while assisting with their workloads as necessary.

How to apply                                                        

To apply submit completed application form to [email protected].  CVs sent without a completed application form will not be accepted.

For all roles you will be asked to provide evidence of your Right to Work in the UK at application and throughout the duration of your employment.

Please note that HQIP is unable to sponsor candidates at any stage of the application process or during employment with HQIP.

Interviews are planned for: 25 and 27 March 2024

Due to the high volume of applications, feedback is only given to shortlisted applicants.

Further information

For further information about the post, please contact Anna Kisielewska on [email protected]